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The Ventures - Wipe Out

Wipe Out \r
Guest / Max Weinberg
Johnny Reed : When music was made by humans not computers...;)
R J : I love watching the two drummers feed off each other’s energy. You can truly see the excitement in both of them.
Georgina Fairchild : This is brilliant. Really takes me back to the 60s. I was a female drummer in a all male rock band. When we played 'Wipeout' the guys used to go off stage so I could play a solo. Thank you for sharing the and bringing back memories. This was excellent
deezynar : This song was quickly written in the recording studio to provide a B side to a 45 record. It took about 30 minutes to go from no idea for a song to what became a hit.
It was written by The Surfaris, not The Ventures, but it was a hit in a short time. Everyone, including The Ventures, couldn't help but love it.

The Surfaris were teenagers, still in high school when they got together and started playing. After some months, they wrote one song, Surfer Joe, and practiced playing it for a while before deciding they should record it. They got money to pay for the studio time from one of their mothers. It cost about $4000.00 in todays money, and she wasn't rich. After they got their one song on tape, the recording engineer told the boys he was ready to record their second song to put on the B side of the record. They said they didn't have one. He told them he could put Surfer Joe on both sides, or they could come up with another song right there.
The drummer, Ron Wilson, started pounding the rhythm we all know, and the other guys came up with the guitar and bass parts in about 10 minutes. They ran through it a couple more times and had it recorded.
The bass player, Pat Connolly, didn't own a bass at the time, and he'd only played guitar before that. He borrowed a bass just to use at the recording studio. He obviously picked it up very quickly.
They didn't have a name for it, so they brainstormed for a bit, and were headed another direction when the father of one of the kids brought in a piece of thin plywood and broke it next to a microphone. They realized that sounded like a breaking surfboard, and their manager gave the crazy yell, and hollered, "WIPE OUT!" The engineer spliced the tape to put the breaking board sound, and the yell, at the beginning of the song.
David H. : Such great music and artists back then.
It NEVER gets old!

Wipe Out (The Surfaris); drum cover by Sina

Download or stream: https://hypeddit.com/link/39ptci

There were so many requests for this track by 'The Surfaris' that I just had to do it, hope you like it! My dad helped me out with the guitar and bass parts.

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C moore : Sina, i am old. i started playing 60 years ago and am 67 and still play everyday either drums, keys, or guitar. I live in one of the great music cities so there is always something going. Don't let anything take away your passion, not boys, a job, getting po'd at your parents. Don't start getting high. There is no limit to how far you can go. It looks like your dad supports you. That is great. When i started, i couldn't practice in the house. No matter what, keep after it.
David Howard : Disabled vet and stuck at home in pain most of the time, found your videos and watch them over and over as they bring a smile to my face.  You are a supremely talented young lady and my family and I love watching you and your Dad play.  Best wishes for you and your fledgling career, you are awesome and an inspiration for my two daughters who are not much younger than you.
Howard Smith : We used to drum this on our school desks in junior high school, and it still rocks all those decades later! Well done, Sina!
Linda Wallace : FANTASTIC GIRL ! YOU ROCK !

The Ventures - Wipeout live in Japan 1966

Mel taylor....great drummer!
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Kirok : This is the way live performances should be. Show the band. Not the crowd and not changing camera angles every 3-5 seconds.
Steve Smith : Nothing but pure talent on stage, no fancy lights, backlit screen. Just four guys who know their craft. Awesome!
johnny nephrite : My dad was based in Okinawa during most of the 60's. I was 11 years old when he took me to this concert. It was so memorable I will never forget it. Dad served 2 tours in Vietnam and retired in 1979. He went on to live another 20 amazing years before passing in his sleep in 1998. Thanks dad, will never forget what you did for your country or for mom and me. RIP Lt. Colonel Robert J. Arbuckle III.
David Strahan : When "Wipeout" first came out, it was the goal of every drummer in the high school band to play it. They were constantly practicing in the cafeteria, hallways, classrooms, parking lot....drove the rest of us crazy !
Mark Welsh : That is one TIGHT band! Even to achieve that is incredible given the complexity of what they are all doing. Even the bass player is shredding! I've known this tune all my life but had never seen them. This really is incredible stuff.

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